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the Hungarian army black shields

the Hungarian army black shields

"Prokop the Great & Hussite flags" Angus McBride

"Prokop the Great & Hussite flags" Angus McBride

Husyci - Historia Reconsidered

Husyci - Historia Reconsidered

John Huss was a rector of the Czech university. He exposed the cunning brutality of the church. John Huss (a.k.a. Jan Hus) is regarded to be one of the earliest known religious thinkers and reformers in the world. Condemning Hus' uprising, the Church first excommunicated him and then burned him to death, in an unfair trial.

John Huss was a rector of the Czech university. He exposed the cunning brutality of the church. John Huss (a.k.a. Jan Hus) is regarded to be one of the earliest known religious thinkers and reformers in the world. Condemning Hus' uprising, the Church first excommunicated him and then burned him to death, in an unfair trial.

Jan Zizka leading troops of radical Hussites. From the Jensky kodex, between 1490 and 1510.

Jan Zizka leading troops of radical Hussites. From the Jensky kodex, between 1490 and 1510.

War wagon

War wagon

A Hussite War Wagon in use in Bohemia against the forces of the Holy Roman Empire. First used about 1420. Painting by Angus McBride

A Hussite War Wagon in use in Bohemia against the forces of the Holy Roman Empire. First used about 1420. Painting by Angus McBride

Engraving of Jerome of Prague by Johann Balzer. He was a philosopher, theologian, university professor, and church reformer who dedicated his life to eradicate those church doctrines and dogmas he found to be corrupt. He was constantly in and out of jail.[3] His radical ideas eventually brought about his death by execution as a heretic to the church, but made him a martyr for the Protestant Reformation and followers of Jan Hus (known as Hussites).[citation needed]

Engraving of Jerome of Prague by Johann Balzer. He was a philosopher, theologian, university professor, and church reformer who dedicated his life to eradicate those church doctrines and dogmas he found to be corrupt. He was constantly in and out of jail.[3] His radical ideas eventually brought about his death by execution as a heretic to the church, but made him a martyr for the Protestant Reformation and followers of Jan Hus (known as Hussites).[citation needed]

The library at Dar es Saada, one of two Marrakech homes owned by Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé. Designed by Bill Willis.

The library at Dar es Saada, one of two Marrakech homes owned by Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé. Designed by Bill Willis.